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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 
NEW HAMPSHIRE 




Bicentennial Celebration 

of the 

U.S. Constitution 1787 - 1987 

ANNUAL REPORTS 

1986 



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ANNUAL REPORTS 



Town Officers 



OSSIPEE 

New Hampshire 



Unit of Government 

Municipal 

County 

School 



TAX RATES 

$18.51 per $1000.00 



3.45 Center Ossipee 
.91 West Ossipee 
14.15 Ossipee 



Rate 

.99 

1.62 

1.36 



For the fiscal year ending 

December 31, 1986 

Vital Statistics for 1986 



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Murray E. Cate, Sr. 
1887-1987 



On January 19, 1987, Murray E. Cate, Sr. passed away at the 
home of is daughter in Hinsburg, Vermont. He would have been 
one hundred years old in April. The town takes a moment to 
remember Mr. Cate, and to dedicate this report to his memory. 

Murray Cate moved to Ossipee from Burlington, Vermont, in 
1942, having retired as general secretary of the Burlington YMCA. 

He made his home in the Granite section of Ossipee and is 
remembered by many as a local school bus driver. A member of 
the Carroll Grange #160 for 45 years, he served as Master from 
1946-48, 1958, and 1963-64 and on the Executive Committee and 
Treasurer from 1973 to 1977. He was also a life member of the 
Ossipee Valley Lodge #74 F&AM and a 32nd Degree Mason. 
Murray served as a Selectman of Ossipee from 1949 to 1952. 

The town is sorry to lose such an esteemed and valued citizen. 




Edward p. Hickey 
1902-1987 
On February 6th, Ossipee residents were saddened to learn of 
the death of former community leader and businessman, Edward 
P. Hickey. This year's town report is dedicated to his memory. 

He was born in Berlin, N.H. on March 12, 1902, and came to 
Center Ossipee in 1946 when, with Lorin Haggart, he bought the 
grocery store which was located in the Chamberlain Block where 
the Health Center and Video store are now located. 

Hickey's IGA store served the residents of Ossipee for twenty 
years in the square at Center Ossipee, during which time the 
townspeople came to admire Ed Hickey for his many kindnesses 
and generosity. Credit was extended with a smile to those who 
needed it, and more than a few debts were forgotten altogether by 
**Eddy*' Hickey, a businessman who put people first. 

When the IGA store moved to Indian Mound Shopping Center 
in November 1966, Ed retired and passed the business on to his 
son, Steve. But retirement for Ed Hickey meant a continuance of 
community service in yet another capacity. He represented 
Ossipee in the New Hampshire Legislature from 1966 to 1971. He 
brought experience and ability to the office of selectman where he 
served from 1968 to 1971. 

Ed Hickey, a friend and neighbor. We will miss you. 



TABLE OF CONTENTS 

Dedication 2 

Town Officers 5 

Warrant 8 

Budget 13 

Summary Inventory of Valuation 17 

Statement of Appropriations & Taxes Assessed 19 

Financial Report 24 

Schedule of Town Property 28 

Auditors Report on Compliance 30 

Statement of Estimated & Actual Revenue 34 

Statement of Appropriations & Expenditures 36 

Balance Sheet 39 

Tax Collector's Report 41 

Town Clerk's Report 46 

Treasurer's Report 47 

Selectmen's Report 48 

Revenue Sharing Report 57 

Library Report 58 

Trustees of Trust Funds 62 

Police Department Report 65 

Selectmen's Yearly Review 66 

Ossipee Recreation Department Report 68 

Ossipee Planning Board 69 

Report of Zoning Board of Adjustment 70 

Dog Warden Report 71 

Community Nurse 72 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens 73 

Ossipee Water and Sewer Department 75 

Ossipee Rescue Squad 76 

Fire Warden's Report 79 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 80 

Budget - Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 82 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Financial Report 83 

Budget - West Ossipee Fire Precinct 85 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power Precinct 

Financial Report 86 

Budget - Ossipee Corner Light & Power 

Fire Precinct 89 

Vital Statistics 90 



TOWN OFFICERS 1986 

Selectmen 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON MAURICE E. BISHOP 

R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 

Administrative Assistant 
DOROTHY PALMER 

Moderator 
GEORGE EARNSHAW 

Treasurer 
THOMAS GALANTE 

Town Clerk/Tax Collector 
BARBARA ADAMS 

Road Agent 
RODNEY A. WHITE 

Police Dept. 

JOHN E. FOGARTY, CHIEF 

Water & Sewer Dept. 
ROLAND STOCKBRIDGE, SUPT. 

Recreation Dept. 
WALLACE NUDD JR., DIRECTOR 

Community Nurse 

VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION 

OF WOLFEBORO AND VICINITY, INC. 

Forest Fire Warden 
S.FRED LOUD 

Dog Warden 

R. ELTON COPP 

(1/1/86-7/1/86) 

DANIEL T.WEEDEN 

(10/1/86-12/31/86) 



Librarian 

RUBY R.PEARSON 

Library Trustees 
RUTH M. LORING EILEEN LEAVITT 

CATHERINE D. ZIEGLER 

Trustee of Trust Funds 
FRANKLIN RILEY DOUGLAS MEADER 

RALPH ELDRIDGE 

Board of Health 
BOARD OF SELECTMEN 

Supervisors of the Checklist 
PRISCILLA NUDD LAURENCE BROWNELL 

FRANCES PINKHAM 

Representatives to the General Court 
GERARD POWERS, JR. HOWARD SAUNDERS 

Budget Committee 
BARRY ROLLINS, CHAIRMAN 
DONNA SARGENT, CLERK JOSEPH GOSS 

GERARD BERGERON RICHARD MORGAN 

RALPH ELDRIDGE JAMES CARR 

ROBERT TRAFTON DAVID HELME 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON, SELECTMAN 
DOUGLAS W. MEADER JAMES CHASE 

(3/86-1/87) (3/86-10/86) 

Planning Board 

BRUCE BENNETT, CHAIRMAN 

NATALIE HALL MARGIE VACCA 

DANIEL LUNT ROBERT CLARK 

PATIENCE ALTHOFF, SEC. 

R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON, SELECTMAN 
ROBERT WADE FRANK CLOUGHERTY 

(1/86-9/86) (1/86-8/86) 

Alternates 
KEN LEAVITT PATIENCE ALTHOFF 

MARSHALL CRAM 



Zoning Board of Adjustment 

GEORGE EARNSHAW, CHAIRMAN 
KEN LEAVITT, CLERK ANITA FAHY 

JAMES J. KELLY MARGARET J. CASTINE 

Alternates 
ROSALIND MILLER SUSAN A. DAY 

DANA HALL 

Conservation Commission 

WILLIAM HUNT, CHAIRMAN 

MARTHA FRENCH MATTHEW T. SAWYER 

ROBERT CORKERY FRANK CLOUGHERTY 

JAMES M.TULLY 



THE STATE OF NEW HAMPSHIRE 
CARROLL, SS. TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

TOWN WARRANT 

To the inhabitants of the Town of Ossipee qualified to vote in 
Town affairs : 

You are hereby notified to meet at the Town Hall in Center 
Ossipee, in said Town of Ossipee on the second Tuesday of March, 
next being the 10th day of March, 1987, at ten o'clock in the fore- 
noon of said day to act on the following articles, the polls to remain 
open until six o'clock in the afternoon of said day. 

Article 1. To choose one Selectman for 3 years, one Select- 
man for 1 year. Treasurer for 1 year. Library Trustee for 3 years. 
Trustee of Trust Funds, three positions: one for 1 year, one for 2 
years, one for 3 years; Cemetery Trustee, three positions: one for 
1 year, one for 2 years, one for 3 years. Budget Committee four 
positions: one for 1 year, one for 2 years, two for 3 years; and all 
other officers and agents required by law to be elected or 
nominated at the annual meeting. 

Article 2. To vote by official ballot on the following question: 
**Do you favor adoption of the Town Manager Plan as provided in 
Chapter 37 of the Revised Statutes Annotated"? (Submitted by 
petition). 

Article 3. To vote by official ballot on the ** Proposed Zoning 
Ordinance for the Town of Ossipee" (Submitted by petition). 
(Disapproved by the Planning Board). 

Article 4. To vote by official ballot on the following question : 
Are you in favor of the adoption of the amendment as proposed by 
the Planning Board for the Town Zoning Ordinance to establish 
Water Resource Districts. 

You are also notified to meet at the Town Hall on the second 
Tuesday of March, next, at seven thirty o'clock in the afternoon to 
act on the following articles : 

Article 5. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select- 
men to borrow money in anticipation of taxes. 



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Article 6. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select- 
men to apply for, contract for, and accept grants of federal or 
state aid, or both, as may become available and to do all things 
necessary to carry out the purpose of these grants. 

Article 7. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Select- 
men to transfer tax liens and convey property acquired by the 
Town by Tax Collector's Deed by public auction (or advertised 
sealed bid) or in such other manner as determined by the Select- 
men as justice may require. 

Article 8. To see if Town will vote to raise and appropriate 
for the ensuing year the following sums of money for the following 
purposes: 

For Town Officer's Salaries $38,930.00 

For Town Officer's Expenses 92,274.00 

For Election and Registration Expenses 1,589.00 

For Cemeteries 7,500.00 

For General Government Buildings 39,300.00 

For Planning Board 8,000.00 

For Legal Expenses 25,665.00 

For Zoning Board of Adjustment 3,300.00 

For Police Department 72,031.00 

For Fire Department 4,672.00 

For Town Maintenance 246,755.00 

For General Highway Department Expenses 33,000.00 

For Street Lighting 2,100.00 

For Highway Block Grant 70,473.00 

For Solid Waste Disposal 87,560.00 

For Health Department 25,638.00 

For Hospitals and Ambulance 39,505.00 

For Hazardous Buildings 5,000.00 

For General Assistance 16,000.00 

For Libraries 21,500.00 

For Park and Recreation 26,121.00 

For Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

For Conservation Commission 550.00 

For Principal of Long-Term Bonds & Notes 64,170.00 
For Interest Expense - 

Long-Term Bonds and Notes 59,907.00 

For Interest Expense - Tax Anticipation Notes 22,000.00 

For Municipal Water Department 34,620.00 



For Municipal Sewer Department 36,360.00 

For FICA, Retirement and Pension Contributions 27,000.00 

For Insurance 88,468.00 

For Unemployment Compensation 1,200.00 
(Recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 9. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $500.00 in support of Carroll County against 
Domestic Violence and Rape. (Submitted by petition) (Recom- 
mended by the Budget Committee) 

Article 10. To see if the Town will raise and appropriate the 
sum of $1,500.00 to assist the Family Health Centre (Family Plan- 
ning, Pre-Natal and Primary Care Program). (Submitted by peti- 
tion) (Recommended by Budget Committee) 

Article 11. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $1,407.00 for the purpose of the celebration of 
the Bicentennial of the U.S. Constitution. (Not recommended by 
the Budget Committee). 

Article 12. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $13,000.00 for the purchase of a police cruiser 
and authorize the withdrawal of $6,000.00 and accumulated in- 
terest from the Capital Reserve Fund established for that pur- 
pose. (Recommended by the Budget Committee). 

Article 13. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $63,000.00 for the purchase of a highway 
dump truck and authorize the withdrawal of the interest remain- 
ing (approx. $1,800.00) from the Revenue Sharing Fund establish- 
ed under the provisions of the State and Local Assistance Act of 
1972. (Approved by the Budget Committee). 

Article 14. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $31,100.00 for the Ossipee Recreational Pro- 
ject. The Selectmen are directed to apply for, accept and expend 
Federal Land and Water Conservation Fund Grant Funds or other 
Federal or State Funds which may be available for this project to 
reduce the cost to the town. (Recommended by the Budget Com- 
mittee). 



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Article 15. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $3,500.00 to be put in a Capital Reserve Fund 
toward the purchase of a Rescue Vehicle. (Recommended by the 
Budget Committee). 

Article 16. To see if the Town will vote to raise and ap- 
propriate the sum of $4,000.00 to be put in a Capital Reserve Fund 
toward the purchase of a Cardiac Defibrilator for the Rescue 
Squad. (Not recommended by the Budget Committee). 

Article 17. To see if the Town will vote to apply for and ac- 
cept Federal Housing and Urban Development Block Grant Funds 
in an amount not to exceed fifteen thousand dollars ($15,000.00) ; 
said funds to be used for an Ossipee Water Supply Feasibility 
Study. (Submitted by petition) (Recommended by the Budget 
Committee). 

Article 18. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the Plan- 
ning Board to review, and approve or disapprove site plans for the 
development of tracts for nonresidential uses, or for multi-family 
dwelling units, which are defined as any structures containing 
more than 2 dwelling units, whether or not such development in- 
cludes a subdivision or resubdivision of the site. 

Article 19. To see if the Town will vote to accept the water 
rights, dams, and related real property along the Dan Hole River 
presently owned by the Center Ossipee Fire Precinct, subject to a 
confirming vote by the Center Ossipee Fire Precinct at its 1987 an- 
nual Precinct Meeting. (Submitted by petition) 

Article 20. To see if the Town will vote to elect the seven 
members to the Planning Board pursuant to RSA 673:2 Par. 11 
(Submitted by petition) 

Article 21. To see if the Town of Ossipee, N.H. will vote to 
have the position of Road Agent filled every two years by election. 
Said election to be on the ballot as for other town offices, to 
become effective at the 1988 town election. (Submitted by peti- 
tion). 

Article 22. To see if the Town of Ossipee, N.H., will vote to 
have the position of Director of the Recreation Department filled 



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every two years by election. Said election to be on the ballot as for 
other town offices, to become effective at the 1988 town election. 
(Submitted by petition). 

Article 23. To see if the Town of Ossipee, N.H., will vote to 
have the position of Police Chief filled every three years by elec- 
tion. Said election to be on the ballot as for other town offices to 
become effective at the 1988 town election. (Submitted by peti- 
tion) 

Article 24. To see if the Town will vote to authorize the 
selectmen to reconvey to Pierre-Yves Cathou Lot #3 Subdivision 
#7 Indian Mound Development, which he had previously given as a 
gift to the Town, upon payment by Pierre-Yves Cathou of an 
amount equivalent to back taxes and interest on said lot and all 
cost to the Town to accomplish said reconveyance. 

Article 25. To see if the Town of Ossipee, NH will vote to 
reclassify Bean Mountain Road (presently an existing Class Six 
(6) Town owned road) to a Class Five (5) Road for a distance of 
fifteen hundred feet (1500'), starting at the bridge on Conner Pond 
Road. (Submitted by petition). 

Article 26. To reclassify the Class 6 Town road which is the 
westerly extension of the Connor Pond Road for approximately 
one mile to the Ossipee Town line to a Class 5 road. (Submitted by 
petition). 

Article 27. To see if the Town vill vote to instruct the Town's 
Representatives to the Court to take all necessary measures to in- 
sure that no low level radioactive waste from the Seabrook 
Nuclear Plant shall be stored or disposed of within this Town or 
Ossipee unless and until the proposed site of the proposed storage 
or disposal has been approved by the voters of the Town at the An- 
nual Town Meeting by written ballot. 

Article 28. To transact such other business as may legally 
come before the Town Meeting. 

Given under our hands and seal this 19th day of February, 
1987. 

SELECTMEN OF OSSIPEE 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 



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PAYMENT IN LIEU OF TAXES 

List the total valuation of OTHER property on which a 
payment in lieu of taxes is to be received. $117,400 

UTILITY SUMMARY 
ELECTRIC, GAS & PIPELINE COMPANY 



Name of Company 

Public Service Co. 
N.H. Electric Coop. Inc. 

Total 



Electric 

$1,223,900 
766,800 

$1,990,700 



CURRENT USE REPORT 



Section A 

Applicants 

Granted 

Prior Years 



FARM LAND 
FOREST LAND 
WILD LAND 

1) Unproductive 

2) Productive 

3) Natural Preserve 
RECREATION LAND 
WET LAND 



No. of 
Acres 

370 
10,180 

833 

1,313 

50 

32 

723 



Section B 

New Totals of 

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granted for Sections A & B 
1986 



No. of 
Acres 



1,971 

49 
434 



198 



No. of 
Acres 

370 
12,151 

882 

1,747 

50 

32 

921 



Total Number of Acres Exempted under Current Use 

Total Number of Acres Taken Out of Current Use During Year 



16,153 




CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was taken from 
official records and is correct to the best of our knowledge and belief. (RSA 41 : 15) 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
MAURICE E. BISHOP 
R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 
Selectmen of Ossipee 
Date: Sept. 18, 1986 



18 



STATEMENT OF APPROPRIATION 
TAXES ASSESSED 

FOR THE TAX YEAR 1986 
Purposes of Appropriations 
General Government: 



Town officer's salaries 


$35,650.00 


Town officers' expenses 


87,274.00 


Election and Registration expenses 


2,895.00 


General Government Buildings 


41,970.00 


Planning and Zoning 


5,000.00 


Legal Expenses 


13,665.00 


Advertising and Regional Association 


424.00 


Public Safety: 




Police Department 


66,312.00 


Fire Department 


4,672.00 


Highways, Street, Bridges: 




Town Maintenance 


242,869.00 


General Highway Department Expenses 


33,000.00 


Street Lighting 


2,100.00 




61,481.00 


Sanitation: 




Solid Waste Disposal 


48,755.00 



Health: 

Health Department 26,695.00 

Hospitals and Ambulances 36,828.00 

Art. 10 Hazardous Bldgs. 10,000.00 

Welfare: 

Old Age Assistance 20,000.00 

Aid to the Disabled 18,239.00 

Culture and Recreation: 

Library 20,000.00 

Parks and Recreation 23,624.00 

Patriotic Purposes 700.00 

Conservation Commission 100.00 



19 



Debt Service: 

Principal of Long-Term 

Bonds & Notes 56,850.00 
Interest Expense-Long Term 

Bonds & Notes 60,922.00 
Interest Expense-Tax Anticipation 

Notes 22,000.00 

Capital Outlay: 

Police Cruiser Fund 6,000.00 
Operating Transfers Out: 

Art. 7 Highway Truck RS 56.956. 60,000.00 

Art. 8 Recreation Project 15,000.00 

Art. 9 Incinerator 125,000.00 

Art.ll Building Study-Design 3,000.00 

Miscellaneous: 

Municipal Water Department 30,115.00 

Municipal Sewer Department 33,965.00 
FICA, Retirement & Pension Contributions 27,000.00 

Insurance 78,700.00 

Unemployment Compensation 1,000.00 

Art. 12 CAP 2,000.00 



Total Appropriations $1,323,805.00 



Gross Appropriations 1,323,805.00 

Contra 64,080.00 

1,259,725.00 

ASSESSOR/SELECTMAN 
OVERLAY 

Enter in the space provided the amount you estimate will be need- 
ed to take care of discounts, abatements ar refunds already paid 
or expected to be paid before the close of the year. 
4% percent = 56,687 $30,000 



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SOURCES OF REVENUE 


1 




Taxes: 






Resident Taxes 


19,080.00 




Yield Taxes 


25,000.00 




Interest and Penalties on Taxes 


39,000.00 




Inventory Penalties 




3,000.00 


Boat Tax 


8,800.00 




Intergovernmental Revenues-State : 






Shared Revenue-Block Grant 




31,968.00 


Highway Block Grant 




61,481.00 


Railroad Tax 




25.00 


Reimb. a/c State-Federal Forest Land 




773.00 


Reimb. - a/c State Recreation Project 


144.00 




State - Sewer Project 


80,751.00 




Licenses and Permits: 






Motor Vehicle Permit Fees 


170,000.00 




Dog Licenses 


880.00 




Business Licenses, Permits and Filing Fees 


500.00 




Charges For Services 






Income From Departments 


15,000.00 




Rent of Town Property 


2,533.00 




Miscellaneous Revenues: 






Interests on Deposits 


35,000.00 




Sale of Town Property 


3,000.00 




Workmens Comp 


11,600.00 




Unemployment Ins. 


625.00 




Misc. In Lieu of Taxes 


2,000.00 




Other Financing Sources: 






Income from Water and 






Sewer Departments Contra 


64,080.00 




Revenue Sharing Fund 


56,956.00 




Fund Balance 




305,260.00 


Total Revenue and Credits 




937,456.00 


TAX RATE COMPUTATION 




Total Town Appropriation 


+1,323,805.00 


Total Revenues and Credits 


- 


937,456.00 


Net Town Appropriations 


= 


386,349.00 


Net School Tax Assessment(s) 


+ 1,752,859.00 


County Tax Assessment 


-h 


113,156.00 


Total of Town, School and County 


= 2,252,364.00 


DEDUCT Total Business Profits Tax Reimbursement -(60,096.00) 



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ADD War Service Credits 

ADD Overlay 

Property Taxes To Be Raised 



+16,133.00 

+29,825.00 

= 2,238,226.00 



PROOF OF TAX RATE COMPUTATION 

Valuation Tax Rate Property Taxes to be Raised 

$120,919,775.00 X 18.51 = $2,238,226.00 

Total Property Taxes to be Raised $2,238,226.00 



TAX COMMITMENT ANALYSIS 

Property Taxes to be Raised 

Gross Precinct and/or Service Area Taxes 

Total 

Less War Service Credits 

Total Tax Commitment 



2,238,226.00 
152,813.00 

2,391,039.00 
16,133.00 

2,374,906.00 



TAX RATE BREAKDOWN 



TAX RATES 

Town 

County 

School Dist. 

Municipal Tax Rate 

Center Ossipee Fire Precinct 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 

Ossipee Corner Light 

& Power Precinct 



Prior Year 

Tax Rate 

1985 

3.45 

1.04 

12.29 

16.78 

.74 

1.49 

1.16 



1986 
Approved 
Tax Rate 

3.45 

.91 

14.15 

18.51 

.99 

1.62 

1.36 



NAME OF 




NET 






PRECINCT AND/OR SERVICE 


VALUATION 


APPROP- 


TAXES 


RATE 


AREA 










Ctr. Ossipee Fire Prec. 


$52,164,997.00 


$51,480.00 


$51,643.00 


.99 


West Ossipee Fire Prec. 


29.476.426.00 


47.727.00 


47.752.00 


1.62 


Ossipee Corner Light & Power 


39.278,352.00 


53.351.00 


53.418.00 


1.36 


Total Taxes Raised 




$152,558.00 


$152,813.00 





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WAR SERVICE TAX CREDITS 



Paraplegic, double amputees owning 

specially adapted homesteads with V.A. 

assistance 

Totally and permanently disabled veterans, 

their spouses or widows, and the widows of 

veterans who died or were killed on active 

duty. 

All other qualified persons 

TOTAL NUMBER AND AMOUNT 



RESIDENT TAXES 

TAX RATE VALUATION 

Local Assessed Valuation on which the tax rate(s) for your governmental units 
will be computed $120,919,775.00 



Limits 


ESTIMATED 
Number TAX CREDITS 


Unlimited 




EXEMPT 


233 

$700 

$25 

$50 


1 
6 
4 

232 


$233.00 

4,200.00 

100.00 

11,600.00 

$16,133.00 


TAX 

$10 


Number 
Assessed 

1908 


Total 
Amount 
Assessed 

$19,080.00 



CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report 
was taken from official records and is correct to the best of our 
knowledge and belief. RSA 41:15. 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
MAURICE E. BISHOP 
R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 
Selectmen of Ossipee 



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FINANCIAL REPORT 

For the Calendar Year Ended December 31, 1986 

Taxes - All Town Funds 
Taxes 

Property taxes - current year - 1986 $2,074,992.00 

Property taxes - collected in advance 3,048.00 

Resident taxes - current year 1986 16,900.00 

Yield taxes - current year - 1986 17,204.00 

Property and yield taxes - previous years 335,566.00 

Resident taxes - previous years 3,770.00 

Land use change tax - current and prior years 3,290.00 

Interest received on delinquent taxes 66,735.00 

Penalties - resident taxes 417.00 

Tax sales redeemed 163,619.00 



Total taxes collected and remitted $2,685,541 .00 
Licenses and Permits 

Motor vehicle permit fees 189,393.00 

Dog licenses 1,400.00 

Business licenses, permits and filing fees 509.00 

All other licenses, permits and fees 9,351.00 



Total $200,653.00 

Intergovernmental Revenues - All Funds 
From the Federal Government 

Revenue Sharing grants $20,805.00 

All other federal grants - Interest Earned 3,096.00 



Total $23,901.00 

From the State of New Hampshire 

Shared revenue $31,968.00 

Highway block grant 61 ,481 .00 

Railroad tax 25.00 

State aid water pollution projects 80,751 .00 

Reimbursable account State - Federal forest land 824.00 

Recreation Project 144.00 

All other State grants - Business Profits Tax 60,096.00 



Total $235,289.00 

Charges for Services - All Funds 
(Exclude transfers) 

Water supply system charges $34,903.00 

Sewer charges 37,156.00 

Rent of town property 2,742.00 

Other sales and service charges 19,920.00 

Total $94,721.00 



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Miscellaneous Revenues - All Funds 
(Exclude transfers) 

Sale of town property 
Interest on investments 
Other miscellaneous revenue 

Total 

Non-Revenue Receipts - All Funds 
(Exclude transfers) 

Tax anticipation notes 
Yield tax security deposits 

Total 

Total Receipts From all Sources 
Cash on Hand January 1, 1986 

Grand Total 



Expenditures All Funds 
General Government 

Financial administration 

Judicial and legal 

General town buildings 

Planning and zoning 

Election and registration 

Advertising and regional association 
Public Safety 

Police department 

Fire department 
Highways, Streets, Bridges 

Town maintenance 

General highway department 

Street lighting 

Highway Block Grant 
Sanitation 

Solid waste disposal 
Health 

Health department 

Ambulances & Hospitals 

Community Action Program 
Human Services 

Cash - categorical programs 
Culture and Recreation 

Library 

Parks and other recreation 

Patriotic purposes 



3,037.00 
42,842.00 
12,650.00 




$58,529.00 


$500,000.00 
455.00 




$500,455.00 




$3,775,188.00 
813,799.00 




4,588,967.00 


ice budget item 


Capital outl 


Salaries, Wages 

and 

current operations 


Purchase of 

Equipment 

land and 

buildings 


$120,128.00 

11,063.00 

22,658.00 

6,692.00 

3,041.00 

424.00 




57,388.00 
572.00 


16,982.00 


231,631.00 

33,680.00 

1,819.00 

49,629.00 


60,000.00 



53,005.00 

26,695.00 

36,828.00 

2,000.00 

27,546.00 

20,000.00 

23,061.00 

672.00 



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Conservation commission 
Debt Service 

Principal - other long term bonds and notes 

Interest - long term bonds and notes 

(except utility debt) 

Interest - tax anticipation notes 
Operating Transfers Out 

Payments to capital reserve funds 
Utilities 

Water utility 
Miscellaneous 

Unallocated FICA, retirements, pension 

Insurance 

Unemployment compensation 

Town History 

Recreation Project 
Unclassified 

Payments - tax anticipation notes 

Taxes bought by town 

Discounts, abatements, refunds 

Refund and payment - yield tax escrow 
Payments to Other Governmental Divisions 

Taxes paid to county 

Payments to precincts 

To school district 



95.00 

56,850.00 

53,376.00 
14,337.00 

125,000.00 

57,726.00 

22,289.00 

73,623.00 

945.00 



500,000.00 

106,710.00 

3,788.00 

4,296.00 

113,156.00 

152,650.00 

1,641,977.00 



1,554.00 
15,000.00 



Total payments for all purposes 
Cash on hand 12/31/86 



$3,655,350.00 
840,081.00 



$93,536.00 



Grand Total 



$4,495,431.00 



$93,536.00 



Schedule of Long Term Indebtedness 



Bonds Outstanding 

Sewer Project - State & Town 
Sewer Project - Town 
Incinerator Project - Town 



Purpose* 

Sewer Const. 
Sewer Const. 
Incinerator 
Const. 



Amount 

370,000.00 
200,000.00 

213,400.00 



Total bonds outstanding 
Total Long Term Indebtedness 



12/31/86 



$783,400.00 
$783,400.00 



Debt Outstanding, Issued and Retired 



Long-Term 
debt purpose 

Water-sewer utility 
All other debt 



Bonds outstand- 
ing at the 
beginning of 
this fiscal year 

$618,500 
8,350 



Bonds during 
this fiscal year 



Issued 



213,400 



Outstanding at the end 
of this fiscal year 
General 
Retired obligations 



48,500 
8,350 



570,000 
213,400 



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Short-term (TAN's) debt outstanding at beginning of fiscal year NONE 

Short-term (TAN's) debt outstanding at end of fiscal year NONE 

Cash and Investments at End of This Fiscal Year 

Type of asset Held in all 

Cash and Deposits - Cash on hand, CD's, time, other funds 

checking and savings deposits. $840,081.00 

Held in all other funds 

Expenditures of Federal General Revenue Sharing Funds 



FUNCTION OR 

PURPOSE OF Column A 

EXPENDITURE PROPOSED (budgeted) Column B 

Revenue Sharing Amounts ACTUALLY expended 

Expenditures from Revenue Sharing funds 

Capital Capital 

Roads $56,956.00 $56,956.00 

Town History 1,554.00 

TOWNOFOSSIPEE 

FINANCIAL REPORT 

FORM MS-5 

Year Ended December 31, 1986 

SCHEDULE SUPPORTING ENTRIES ON FORM MS-5 

ASSETS 

Line 201 
Cash in Hands of Treasurer 

General Fund $814,550.00 

Payroll Account 200.00 

Federal Revenue Sharing 16,735.00 

Timber Tax Account 736.00 



$832,221.00 
Line 202 
Cash in Hands of Officials 

Public Librarian $7,860.00 



LIABILITIES 




Line 302 




Unexpended Balances of Special Appropriations 




Building Study Design 


$3,000.00 


Veterans-Plaque 


1,209.00 


Town History 


14,964.00 


Highway Block Grant 


48,080.00 




$67,253.00 



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Line 332 




Other Libabilities 




Unexpended Balances of Special Revenues Funds 




Public Library 


$7,860.00 


Cash on Hand December 31, 1986 




General Fund 


$814,550.00 


Payroll Account 


200.00 


Federal Revenue Sharing 


16,735.00 


Timber Tax Account 


736.00 


Public Librarian 


7,860.00 




$840,081.00 



SCHEDULE OF TOWN PROPERTY 
As of December 31, 1986 

Description Value 

Town hall, lands and buildings $61 ,800.00 

Furniture and equipment 4,000.00 

Libraries, lands and buildings 23,000.00 

Furniture and equipment 1,000.00 
Police Department, lands and buildings 

Equipment 37,000.00 

Highway department, lands and buildings 48,000.00 

Equipment 385,000.00 

Materials and supplies 4,000.00 

Parks, commons and playgrounds 2,000.00 

Water supply facilities, if owned by town 1,174,000.00 

All other property and equipment 

Computer - Town Hall 35,000.00 

Summer Brook Property 97,000.00 

Land 162,500.00 



Total $2,034,300.00 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 

Cash 

All funds in custody of treasurer $832,221 .00 

In hands of officials 7,860.00 

Total Cash $840,081.00 



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Capital Reserve Funds: 

Incinerator $40,484.00 

Town of Ossipee Rehab. & Housing Program 48,118.00 

Sewer Project 106,611.00 

Ossipee Feasibility Study 5,595.00 



Total capital reserve funds $200,808.00 

Due from Revenue Sharing $14,964.00 

Total accounts due to the town $14,964.00 
Unredeemed taxes - From tax sale on account of- 

(a) Levy of 1985 $52,117.00 

(b) Levy of 1984 32,914.00 



Total unredeemed taxes $85,031 .00 

Uncollected taxes - including all taxes 

(a) Levy of 1986 $301,511.00 

(b) Levy of 1985 2,617.00 

(c) Levy of 1984 1,734.00 

(d) Previous years 1,864.00 



Total uncollected taxes $307,726.00 



Total assets $1,448,610.00 



Grand Total $1,448,610.00 

Fund balance - Dec. 31, 1985 $361,947.00 

Fund balance - Dec. 31, 1986 237,359.00 

Change in financial condition (124,588.00) 

LIABILITIES 

Accounts owed by the town 

Unexpended balances of special appropriations $67,253.00 

Unexpended revenue sharing funds 1 ,771 .00 

Due to General Fund from Federal Revenue Sharing 14,964.00 

Yield Tax deposits (Escrow account) 736.00 

School district(s) tax(es) payable 917,859.00 

Other Liabilitiese 7,860.00 



Total accounts owed by the town $1,010,443.00 

Capital reserve funds - Incinerator $40,484.00 

Townof Ossipee Rehab & Housing Program 48,118.00 

Sewer Project 106,611.00 

Ossipee Feasibility Study 5,595.00 



Total capital reserve funds $200,808.00 

Fund balance - Current surplus 237,359.00 



Grand Total $1,448,610.00 

CERTIFICATION 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report was taken from 
official records and is complete to the best of our knowledge and belief. 
Date: Feb. 9, 1987 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 

R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 

Selectmen 



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AUDITOR'S REPORT ON THE STUDY AND 

EVALUATION OF INTERNAL CONTROL SYSTEMS 

AND COMPLIANCE 

We have examined the combined, combining, and individual 
fund type and account group financial statements of the Town of 
Ossipee, New Hampshire, as of and for the year ended December 
31, 1986, and have issued our report thereon, dated February 3, 
1987. We have also examined the Town's Schedule of Federal 
Assistance for the year ended December 31, 1986, which is 
included elsewhere herein. As part of our examination, we made a 
study and evaluation of the system of internal accounting control 
of the Town to the extent we considered necessary to evaluate the 
system as required by generally accepted government auditing 
standards, and for the purposes of this report, the standards for 
financial and compliance audits contained in the United States 
General Accounting Offices's Standards for Audit of Government- 
al Organizations, Programs, Activities and Functions (1981 
revision), and the Single Audit Act of 1984 (Public Law 98-502). 

For the purpose of this report, we have classified the significant 
internal accounting controls into the following categories: 

1. Cycles of the Town of Ossipee*s activity 
Treasury or Financing 

Revenue Receipts 
Purchase Disbursements 
External Financial Reporting 

2. Financial Statement Captions 
Receivables 

Payables and Accrued Liabilities 

Fund Balances 

Inventory 

Equipment 

3. Accounting Applications 
Receivables 

Billing 

Cash Receipts 

Purchasing and Receiving 

Accounts Payable 

Cash Disbursements 

Payroll 

General Ledger 



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Our study included all of the control categories listed above. 
The purpose of our study and evaluation was to determine the 
nature, timing and extent of the auditing procedures necessary 
for expressing an opinion on the Town of Ossipee's financial 
statements. Our study and evaluation was more limited than 
would be necessary to express an opinion on the system of internal 
accounting control taken as a whole or any of the categories of 
controls identified above. 

The management of the Town of Ossipee is responsible for the 
establishment and maintenance of its system of internal 
accounting control. In fulfilling that responsibility, estimates and 
judgements are required to assess the expected benefits and 
related costs of control procedures. The objectives of a system are 
to provide management with reasonable, but not absolute, 
assurance that the assets are safeguarded against loss through 
unauthorized use or disposition, and the transactions are executed 
in accordance with management's authorization and are recorded 
properly to permit preparation of financial statements in 
accordance with generally accepted government accounting 
principles. 

Because of inherent limitations in any system of internal 
accounting control, errors and/or irregularities may occur and 
not be detected. Also the evaluation of the system to future periods 
is subject to the risk that procedures may become inadequate 
because of changes in conditions or that the degree of compliance 
with the procedures may deteriorate. 

Our study and evaluation made for the limited purpose 
described in the first paragraph would not necessarily disclose all 
material weaknesses in the system. Accordingly, we do not 
express an opinion on the system of internal accounting control of 
the Town of Ossipee, taken as a whole, or any of the categories of 
controls identified in the first paragraph. However, our study and 
evaluation of internal accounting control disclosed no condition 
that we believe to be a material weakness. As a result of this 
study, we are herewith submitting comments and recommenda- 
tions to assist the Town of Ossipee to further strengthen its 
internal accounting controls. 

Our compliance review determined that the Town of Ossipee 
complied with state and federal statutes and regulations in 
administering all its revenues, entitlements and grants. We found 
no evidence of non-compliance during the performance of the 



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audit that would indicate any compliance weaknesses within the 
Town government. 

This report is intended solely for the use of the Town of 
Ossipee, New Hampshire, and the applicable Federal agencies. 
This restriction is not intended to limit the distribution of this 
report, which upon acceptance by the Town of Ossipee, New 
Hampshire, is a matter of public record. 

DENNETT & DENNETT 
Certified Public Accountants 

Wilson P. Dennett, CPA 



32 



FINDINGS AND RECOMMENDATIONS 

INTERNAL ACCOUNTING AND ADMINISTRATIVE 

CONTROLS AND COMPLIANCE 

Finding: 

The town of Ossipee adopted our 1985 Audit recommendation for 
additional staff in the Town Office. This has proved to be 
beneficial for the Administrative Assistant and the office 
employees during 1986. The problem of insufficient space and 
constant interruption remains. Although $3,000.00 has been 
"ear-marked'* for a design and feasibility study, the $95,000 
Capital Reserve Fund will be diverted to the Town Incinerator 
rather than utilized for Town Office remodeling or relocation. 

Recommendation: 

The Town should continue to appraise the administrative office 
space situation in terms of eventual relocation or remodeling. 

Response: 

It was necessary to divert funds into the Incinerator Account 
because costs escalated more than anticipated. The Town will 
continue to study the office space situation until funds are more 
readily available for use in that department. 

Finding: 

Much progress has been made within the Water/Sewer 
Department during 1986. Record-keeping procedures are still 
time-consuming however, and would be facilitated by use of a 
computer. 

Recommendation: 

A feasibility study re full computerization is a "must** for the 
Water/Sewer Department. The Department should also consider 
meter installation, adoption of new rates (no rate change in seven 
years) and a review of cash management procedures for 
maximum interest earned and deductibility of all possible 
discounts. 

Response: 

The Water/Sewer Department wishes to purchase a computer 
during 1987. It would welcome a feasibility study to assist in 
up-dating and modernizing its policies for greater efficiency and 
effectiveness. 



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SCHEDULE 4 

Town of Ossipee 

Summary of Warrant - Levy of 1986 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1986 

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Taxes Committed to Collector 

Property Taxes $2,378,963.33 

Resident Taxes 19,080.00 

Land Use Change Taxes 3,290.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 



Total Warrants $2,401,333.33 

Yield Taxes 17,748.26 



Added Taxes 

Property Taxes $79.58 

Resident Taxes 2,500.00 

National Bank Stock Taxes 



$2,579.58 

Interest Collected on Delinquent 

Property Taxes 3,784.39 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 44.00 



TOTAL DEBITS $2,425,489.56 



CR 

Remittances to Treasurer 

Property Taxes $2,074,992.20 

Resident Taxes 16,900.00 

Land Use Change Taxes 3,290.00 
National Bank Stock Taxes 

Yield Taxes 17,203.58 

Interest Collected 3,784.39 

Penalties Collected on Resident Taxes 44.00 



$2,116,214.17 



Discount Allowed 

Abatements Made During Year 

Property Taxes $2,872.90 

Resident Taxes 610.00 

Yield Taxes 154.66 



$3,637.56 



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Deeded to Town 

Property Taxes $1,079.05 

Uncollected Taxes 
Property Taxes $300,098.76 

Resident Taxes 4,070.00 

Yield Taxes 390.02 



$304,558.78 
TOTAL CREDITS $2,425,489.56 



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SCHEDULE 7 

Town of Ossipee 

General Fund 

Schedule of Delinquent Taxes Receivable 

For the Year Ended December 31, 1986 

Property Taxes Receivable 

1986 Levy $300,098.76 

1983 Levy 200.48 



$300,299.24 
1984 Levy 32,914.07 



Unredeemed Property Taxes 

1985 Levy $52,117.46 



$85,031.53 



Resident Taxes Receivable 

1986 Levy $4,070.00 

1985 Levy 2,160.00 

1984 Levy 1,570.00 

1983 Levy 700.00 



$8,500.00 



Yield Taxes 

1986 Levy $390.02 

1985 Levy 457.35 

1984 Levy 164.04 

1983 Levy 963.55 



$1,974.96 

TOTAL $395,805.73 

Less: 1987 Property Taxes Paid 

In advance 3,048.22 



NET TAXES DUE $392,757.51 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

STATEMENT OF TOWN CLERK'S ACCOUNT 

PERIOD ENDING 12/31/86 

3,735 Motor Vehicle Permits Issued $189,393.00 

272 Dog Permits Issued 

State Fees Paid ($71.50) 

State Fees Reserved ($64.50) 

Fees Paid Town of Ossipee $1,186.50 

Dog Forfeitures Paid Town 152.00 



Total to Town of Ossipee $1,338.50 

Election Fees 17.00 

Bad Check Fees 31.67 



Total Paid Town of Ossipee 1986 $190,780.17 



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TREASURER'S REPORT 
RECONCILIATION OF CASH BOOK 
AND BANK BALANCE 
YEAR ENDED DEC. 31, 1986 

Balance on Hand: 

Beginning of Year $807,717.22 

Receipts During Year 9,397,351.64 



$10,205,068.86 
Payments During Year 9,372,848.08 



Balance on Hand-End of Year $832,220.78 

PROOF OF BALANCE 
Balance BankEast, 



Rochester, NH 


$330,118.94 


Add Deposits in Transit 


59,444.55 




$389,563.49 


Less Outstanding Checks 


43,625.17 


Check Book Balance 


$345,938.32 


Add Other Account Balances in Custody 




of the Treasurer 




Indian Head Bank North, 




SUPER NOW Account 


$18,611.98 


Indian Head Bank North, 




Timber Tax Account 


736.06 


Indian Head Bank North, 




Payroll Account 


200.00 


North Conway Bank 




Revenue Sharing Account 


16,734.42 


BankEast Saving Bank, 




CD Notes 


450,000.00 


Reconciled Balance 


$832,220.78 



Respectfully Submitted 

THOMAS L. GALANTE, Treasurer 



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SELECTMEN'S REPORT 

TOWN OFFICERS' SALARIES 
Selectmen $7,250.00 

Treasurer 2,000.00 

Tax Collector/Town Clerk 16,000.00 

Tax Collector Fees 6,125,50 

Town Clerk Fees 5,648.50 





$37,024.00 


TOWN OFFICERS' 


EXPENSES 


Full-time wages 


$25,813.82 


Part-time help 


6,962.62 


Contract expense 


270.72 


Telephone 


3,833.98 


Postage 


4,842.37 


Computer programs 


1,000.00 


Office supplies 


6,353.41 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 




Mileage 


134.68 


Tax-Contract labor 


419.25 


Tax Collector/Town Clerk 




Expense 


809.12 


Town Office: Mileage & Expense 


731.44 


Equipment Maintenance (contract) 


6,286.15 


N.H.M.A.Dues 


72.00 


Audit 


5,164.30 


Town Reports 


3,148.08 


Recording 


2,098.25 


Adv. & Newspaper notices 


1,231.53 


Seminar & school expenses 


509.90 


New Equipment 


5,536.55 


Assessor 


5,086.25 


Tax Map 


2,800.00 




$83,104.42 


Revenues to Town Office 


$2,071.05 



ELECTION & REGISTRATION EXPENSES 
Supervisors $870.00 

Ballot Clerks & Guards, etc. 1,216.00 

Meals 450.00 

Checklist 68.88 



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Advertising 202.00 

Supplies 235.05 



$3,041.93 
Revenues to Election & Registration $144.00 

GENERAL GOVERNMENT BUILDINGS 

Town Hall - fuel $2,927.78 

Garage- fuel 4,447.31 

Other buildings - fuel 620.70 

Town Hall - electric 1,934.19 

Garage - electric 935.69 

Other buildings - electric 1,230.59 

Cleaning 2,602.00 

Supplies 533.77 

Furniture 1,013.37 

Building maintenance 5,202.56 

Rugs 310.48 

Water Rent 480.00 

Sewer Rent 420.00 



PLANNING AND ZONING 

Secretary $1,071.26 

Postage 193.69 

Supplies 879.93 

Printing 441.00 

Recording 255.00 

Workshops 133.00 

Telephone 8.31 

Planning & Inspection 416.12 

Advertising 617.50 

Lakes Region Planning 2,676.00 



$22,658.44 



$6,691.81 
Revenues to Planning Board $3,079.12 

DAMAGES & LEGAL 

Dog Warden $2,119.08 

Dog Warden mileage 258.28 

Supplies 588.30 

Legal 8,097.45 

$11,063.11 



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ADVERTISING & REGIONAL ASSOCIATION 
Lakes Region Association $324.00 

Chamber of Commerce 100.00 





$424.00 


POLICE DEPARTMENT 


Chief's salary 


$18,431.79 


Patrolmen 


10,336.20 


Special's salary 


19,033.88 


Holiday pay 


1,031.86 


Uniforms 


1,100.11 


Uniform maintenance 


430.00 


Training 


141.05 


Maint. cruiser 1 84 Chev 


1,651.23 


Maint. cruiser 2 87 Chev 


47.42 


General maintenance 


396.77 


Radio maintenance 


219.95 


Replacement of equipment 


627.95 


Gasoline 


2,300.47 


Telephone 


861.00 


Office supplies 


98.56 


Conference & Dues 


680.00 




$57,388.24 


FIRE 




Warden 


229.17 


Training 


134.11 


Maintenance 


208.80 




$572.08 


HIGHWAY 




Road Agent 


$21,904.45 


Full time wages 


97,044.43 


Overtime 


10,735.70 


Part-time wages 


1,604.68 


Mileage 


877.68 


Uniforms 


2,357.60 


Sand & gravel 


28,077.03 


Gasoline 


11,305.78 


Dust control 


16,387.50 


Salt 


11,278.15 


Tar 


19,142.29 



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Grease & oil 


1,332.10 




Culvert 


3,466.10 




Contract plowing 


1,465.00 




Telephone 


567.90 




Equipment purchased 


2,033.96 




Radio contract & maintenance 


2,050.19 




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$231,630.54 


Revenues to highways 




$1,015.41 


GENERAL EXPENSES HIGHWAY 




General highway expense 


$33,679.63 








533,679.63 


STREET LIGHTING 






Street Lighting 


$1,819.00 





$1,819.00 
HIGHWAY BLOCK GRANT 
Highway Block Grant $13,400.72 







$13,400.72 


Revenue to Highway 




$61,083.51 


SOLID WASTE 




Full time wages 




$6,675.87 


Part time wages 




1,638.00 


Spring clean-up 




324.95 


Electric 




236.95 


Test wells - monitoring 




6,000.00 


Equipment & maintenance 




10,770.87 




$25,646.64 




HEALTH 




Ossipee Concerned Citizens 




$8,000.00 


Wolfeboro Nursing Service 




14,275.00 


C.C. Mental Health 




2,920.00 


Center of Hope 




1,500.00 


Special Article - CAP 




2,000.00 



$28,695.00 
HOSPITALS & AMBULANCE 
Lord's Ambulance Service $24,628.00 

Rescue Squad 1 1 ,000.00 



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Huggins Hospital 1 ,000.00 

Memorial Hospital 200.00 



$36,828.00 
WELFARE 
General Assistance $7,850.17 



$7,850.17 
OLD AGE ASSISTANCE 
Old Age Assistance $19,695.53 







$19,695.53 




LIBRARY 




Library 




$9,747.97 


Full time wages 




8,840.00 


Part time wages 




1,412.03 




$20,000.00 




RECREATION 




Director 




$12,774.32 


Part time assistant 




2,036.86 


Lifeguard/instructor 




1,711.80 


Telephone 




642.31 


Chemical toilets 




735.00 


Mileage 




892.00 


Equipment 




1,566.56 


Maintenance 




1,291.22 


Supplies 




480.91 


August Youth Day Camp 




720.00 


Annual fees 




210.00 



$23,060.98 



PATRIOTIC PURPOSES 
Patriotic purposes $672.00 



CONSERVATION 
Conservation $95.00 



$672,00 



$95.00 



LONG TERM NOTES 
Town Hall #992 $4,350.00 



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Town Hall add't #1172 4,000.00 

Sewer - State Bond 40,000.00 

Sewer Bond (FHA) 8,500.00 

$56,850.00 
LONG TERM INTEREST 

Interest Town Hall #992 $370.97 

Interest Town Hall add't #1172 377.66 

Interest Sewer - State Bond 42,202.50 

Interest Sewer Bond (FHA) 10,425.00 



$53,376.13 
INTEREST ON TEMPORARY LOANS 

Interest on TAN Note $14,337.50 



$14,337.50 
Revenue to temporary loans $42,842.00 

SOCIAL SECURITY & RETIREMENT 
Social Security & Retirement $22,289.31 



$22,289.31 



INSURANCE 

Blue Cross/Blue Shield $25,988.46 

Insurance 31,023.50 

Workers Compensation 16,611.00 



UNEMPLOYMENT COMPENSATION 

Unemployment Compensation $945.11 



SPECIAL ARTICLES 




Police Cruiser (Cap Res) 


$6,000.00 


Highway Truck 


60,000.00 


Recreation Project 


15,000.00 


Town History 


1,554.00 


Police Cruiser (85) 


10,982.00 


Incinerator 


125,000.00 


WATER DEPARTMENT 




Full-time wages 


$9,932.52 


Part-time wages 


4,750.00 


FICA 


968.95 


Unemployment insurance 


45.00 



$73,622.96 



$945.11 



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Workmen's Compensation 


539.00 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


1,058.36 


Uniforms 


156.00 


Gas mileage 


900.40 


Postage 


14.45 


Stationery & Printing 


342.03 


Insurance (vehicle) 


1,128.56 


Insurance (buildings) 


362.50 


Building maintenance 


74.67 


Equipment maintenance 


291.87 


Equipment purchased 


794.39 


System maintenance 


3,785.09 


Water sampling tests 


286.00 


Gasoline 


56.64 


Purification (C12) 


688.00 


School & dues 


55.00 


Electrical 


300.72 


Telephone 


262.34 


Fuel 


178.39 


Electric 


88.98 


Unclassified items (reimb.) 


-1,335.71 




$25,724.15 


SEWER DEPARTMENT 




Full-time wages 


$8,595.32 


Part-time wages 


3,297.50 


FICA 


824.98 


Unemployment insurance 


45.00 


Workmen's Compensation 


542.00 


Blue Cross/Blue Shield 


1,058.32 


Uniforms 


186.00 


Gas mileage 


900.40 


Postage 


14.45 


Stationery & Printing 


342.00 


Insurance (vehicle) 


1,128.56 


Insurance (buildings) 


362.50 


Maintenance (buildings) 


222.19 


Maintenance (equipment) 


1,298.08 


Equipment purchased 


678.38 


System maintenance 


1,624.28 


Gasoline 


56.62 


School & dues 


5.00 



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Test wells (leachfields) tests 


3,690.00 


Electric - mountain ejecter 


2,096.52 


Fuel - mountain ejector station 


176.18 


Alarm - mountain ejector station 


307.77 


Electric - Beech River pump station 


3,478.23 


Alarm - Beech River pump station 


317.06 


Telephone 


264.35 


Fuel 


170.40 


Electric 


82.70 


Unclassified items (reimb.) 


236.89 


COUNTY TAX 




Treasurer, Carroll County 


$113,156.00 



$32,001.68 



$113,156.00 
REGIONAL SCHOOL DISTRICT 
Governor Wentworth Regional $1,641,977.00 



$1,641,977.00 
PRECINCTS 
Center Ossipee Fire Precinct $51 ,480.00 

West Ossipee Fire Precinct 47,752.00 

Ossipee Corner Light & Power 53,418.00 

$152,650.00 



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SALARY & WAGES PAID IN 1986 



Irving Abbott 


$ 2,314.87 


Priscilla Nudd 


290.00 


Barbara Adams 


15,907.15 


Wallace Nudd, Jr. 


12,774.32 


Patience Althoff 


513.25 


Charles O'Sullivan 


11,791.83 


Maurice Bishop 


2,460.00 


Dorothy Palmer 


14,639.68 


Rachel Bishop 


24.75 


Elaine Palmer 


116.21 


Keith Brownell 


14,057.78 


Beth Parks 


1,675.80 


Laurence Brownell 


290.00 


Marjorie Paulsen 


30.00 


Michael Brownell 


126.00 


Richard Paulsen 


60.00 


Robert Camire 


6,675.87 


Donal Pearson 


60.00 


Ruth Clougherty 


6,806.78 


Ruby Pearson 


8,840.00 


Barbara Copp 


90.00 


Frances Pinkham 


290.00 


R. Elton Copp 


1,080.00 


Kenneth Poynton 


30.00 


Dana Cullen 


48.58 


Ruth Poynton 


30.00 


Lewis Dore 


1,638.00 


Cheryl Riley 


696.80 


George Earnshaw 


80.00 


Daniel B. Riley 


14,125.05 


Martha Eldridge 


11,189.14 


Daniel Kiley, Jr. 


278.06 


Ralph Eldridge 


501.15 


Randy Riley 


623.11 


John Fogarty, III 


19,064.65 


Shirley Savage 


90.00 


"John Fogarty, IV 


520.93 


Roland Stockbridge 


18,247.84 


Martha A. French 


13,725.00 


Mary Strohman 


30.00 


Thomas Galante 


2,000.00 


Linda Tancrede 


558.01 


Edith Gimpel 


74.88 


R. Christopher Templeton 


1,998.46 


Donald Grow 


6,121.50 


Wendell Thompson 


2,530.39 


Natalie Hall 


90.00 


Thomas Trites 


40.00 


Judith Kimble 


7,008.45 


Daniel T. Weeden 


597.00 


Mary Kirkwood 


30.00 


Karen Weeden 


4,978.40 


Carmen Knapp 


90.00 


Ervin S. White 


4,247.25 


Emile LeGendre 


7,567.50 


Harold E.White 


15,386.92 


S. Fred Loud 


7,485.95 


Rodney A. White, Sr. 


21,904.45 


Nancy McQuade 


715.23 


Rusty White 


90.45 


Richard Morgan 


5,516.68 


Russell Whiting, Jr. 


13,882.92 


Christopher Nason 


1,011.73 


Lloyd A. Wilkins 


14,796.62 


Todd Nason 


1,025.13 


Bruce Williams 


13,938.19 



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TOWN OF OSSIPEE 

Special Revenue Funds - Federal Revenue Sharing Fund 

Schedule of Revenues, Expenditures 

and Changes in Fund Balance 

For The Year Ended December 31, 1986 

Revenues 

Intergovernmental $20,805.00 

Interest 3,096.00 



Total Revenues $23,901.00 

Expenditures 

Other Financing (Uses) 

Operating Transfers (out) 
General Fund 
Truck $56,956.00 



Total Expenditures & 

Other Financing (Uses) $56,956.00 



Deficiency of Revenues 
Over Expenditures 

And Other Financing (Uses) (33,055.00) 

Fund Balance-Beginning of Year 34,826.00 



Fund Balance -End of Year $1,771.00 



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REPORT OF THE LIBRARIAN 

1986 

Another busy and satisfying year has passed at Ossipee 
Public Library. Our volunteer typists, Isabelle Clark and Lois 
VanCor, plus the staff at the library have been busy typing cards 
for new books and for other non-cataloged books. 

To further the love of reading, summer programs provided by 
the library for the children of this area began with a summer 
reading program with prizes. The theme this summer was 
Heading Railroad. Twenty-four children ages 8-12 read a total of 
188 books. For younger children, ages 4-10, weekly story hours 
were conducted by volunteer readers Priscilla Reny, Eileen 
Leavitt, Isabelle Clark and Library Aide Cher Riley. One 
hundred and two children listened to stories and made simple 
crafts during this eight week period. 

In addition, weekly movies were shown by volunteer Ann 
Lessard for 10 weeks last summer. These films, borrowed free 
from the New Hampshire State Library, were enjoyed by more 
than 150 children. 

Other special programs which were free and enthusiastically 
attended by over 120 children were a talk and art sketching 
program by David McPhail; a visit to the dress rehearsal of the 
N.H. Music Festival; a presentation of several live animals, 
"Animals Nobody Loves" from the Science Center of New 
Hampshire; and the final program for the summer, a program of 
songs and puppets by Willy Claflin. 

Cooperation with the public schools continues with elemen- 
tary students coming weekly to the library and signing out books. 
Kindergarten children also have a weekly story hour and listen as 
volunteers, Sylvia Witherell or Ruth Loring, reads to them. 

Cultural and scientific programs were offered for adults also. 
Color Me Beautiful was presented in the spring; a talk and slides 
on the Loon in New Hampshire; a lecture and slides on New 
Hampshire; The First 10,000 Years; and finally a reading and 
discussion program on The Place of Poetry. 

The library has been brightened by an exhibit of beautiful 
watercolors by Joy Loud; by interesting displays in the entry in a 
display case donated by Mr. and Mrs. Ron Feely; and at 
Christmas time by wreaths and evergreen swags made by Ruth 
Loring and Cathy Ziegler. 

The purchase of a new copier has helped everyone who needed 



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copies made because the library is centrally located and is open 
on Saturdays and on Wednesday evenings when other places with 
copiers are closed. 

The Library Services and Construction Grant, which is to 
construct a second exit and a ramp for handicapped access, and to 
renovate the downstairs has not begun yet because no one has bid 
for the work. It is still planned to go ahead with this project after 
bids are received. 

Thanks to the efforts of Ted Cook, seven chapters of the 
Ossipee Town History are available for review at the library. 
Because these are the original draft, they may not be removed 
from the library. 

The library continues to have increased circulation of books 
and use of other materials. More space is urgently needed to 
continue the work of the library, keeping the books available, 
conducting special programs, providing the opportunity to read 
leisurely or to search for facts, making information available to 
all citizens from the very young to the very old. Everyone can use 
the public library productively, children, pre-schoolers, school 
age students, mothers and fathers, senior citizens and 
vacationers. A good public library is a good public relations for a 
town because it gives a town the reputation for being up-to-date 
and a good place to live in or visit. 

In conclusion, the librarian wishes to thank the following 
volunteers whose help has been so welcome and important in 
improving the library and in presenting our programs: Betty 
Kennard, Isabelle Clark, Mary Buswell, Jean Fletcher, Leslie 
Jorgensen, Ken Perry, Cher Riley, Lois Van Cor, Fred Van Cor, 
Sylvia Witherell, Priscilla Reny, and Ann Lessard. 

The support and encouragement of Ossipee citizens, town 
officials, and library trustees are much appreciated by the 
librarian and staff of Ossipee Public Library. 

Statistics for 1986 

Circulation: 

Adult fiction 2806 

Adult non-fiction 957 

Young people's books 2634 

Magazines and periodicals 399 

Total: 7058 



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Interlibrary loans 25 

New books added 260 

Library cards issued(new) 235 

Total library cards issued 900 

Memorial books 12 

Respectfully submitted, 
RUBY PEARSON 
Librarian 



REPORT OF THE LIBRARY TRUSTEES 

Because of an energetic staff and the continued assistance of 
dependable volunteers, the Ossjpee Public Library is serving 
an increasing number of townspeople. With issued borrower cards 
now nearing a total of one thousand, library services continue to 
expand. Children's reading enrichment programs are enthusias- 
tically attended, adult presentations attract varied audiences, 
and exhibits of area artists are enjoyed by patrons. 

The downstairs storage room is now used to house a portion of 
the increasing collection of books and related materials. It is 
evident that a library addition must become a reality in the 
not-so-distant future. 

Authorization to advertise for bids for the Library Services 
and Construction Act grant was received in June. The process had 
been stalemated at the Historic Building Commission until that 
date. As has been the case with numerous other library grants in 
the state, no bids have been received and we continue to approach 
contractors to consider the project. 

We have been fortunate to receive the dedicated services of 
Librarian Ruby Pearson and Library Aides Nancy McQuade and 
Cher Riley. Plans for 1987 include a wide variety of offerings. We 
appreciate the continued support of Ossipee area residents and 
invite all to become active library patrons. 

Respectfully submitted, 
RUTH LORING, Chairman 
EILEEN LEAVITT 
CATHERINE ZIEGLER 



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OSSIPEE PUBLIC LIBRARY REPORT 
RECEIPTS 
Checking Account 

Balance brought forward $5,469.51 

Town of Ossipee 20,000.00 

Trust Funds 233.30 

Gifts (in memory of Ruth D. Templeton) 150.00 

New Hampshire Libraries Association 50.00 

New Hampshire Humanities 132.00 

Book Sale 135.40 

New Hampshire State Library Donation 107.29 

Total Deposits $26,277.50 

Total Expenditures 19,042.64 

Balance in Account $7,234.86 
Savings Account 

Balance brought forward $592.02 

Interest 33.46 

$625.48 
EXPENDITURES 

Salary (full-time) $8,840.00 

Salaries (part-time) 1,412.03 

Substitute's pay 18.00 

F.I.C.A. 733.02 

Books 3,204.69 

Periodicals and Cassettes 403.19 

Supplies 390.05 

Furniture and Equipment 1,398.93 

Maintenance and Repairs 189.50 

Mileage 100.40 

Postage 79.00 

Dues 62.00 

Telephone 345.05 

Electricity 171.31 

Water and Sewer 250.00 

Fuel 928.06 

Programs 353.00 

Miscellaneous 164.41 

$19,042.64 



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64 



REPORT OF OSSIPEE POLICE DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen of Ossipee and Citizens of the Town: 

The year of 1986 was a year that was busy in that there was a 
41 percent increase in criminal cases over 1985, but even with this 
increase we reduced the cost of each case by 27 percent from 1985. 
Other calls most frequently answered were accidents, criminal 
mischief, juveniles, traffic violations, and house checks for people 
on vacation, and so many calls for service on a non-emergency 
nature, these include in part attempts to locate people, and deliver 
messages to people without phone service, monej escorts^ assist 
disabled motorists, unlock car doors and homes for people who 
have misplaced their keys. 

Traffic was very heavy this year with each village receiving 
more than other years. The accident rate was up with one fatal ac- 
cident. 

From study done in the Lakes Region area Ossipee has more 
rural roads than any other town with 124 miles not counting the 
private developments we have to ptatrol. 

The department obtained some new equipment this year. We 
obtained a used typewriter from the Court and we purchased a 
new one, we also bought a new radio for the cruiser replacing one 
15 years old. 

The year saw the department work a total of 7341 hours or an 
average of 611 per month and an average of 141 per week. 

The training has been on-going and Part Time Officers spent 
over 100 hours in Certification school. 

With some major crimes we have had the assistance of the 
State Police and Sheriff's Department and, we have assisted them 
so that at times we are all working on the same case. 

The Sheriff's Department has a Video Camera that we have 
used in cases making Court prosecutions easier. 

Again this year as in the past we have assisted the Am- 
bulance, the Rescue Squad, and the Fire Departments and enjoy 
the relationship between all departments. 

I am grateful for and express my heartfelt thanks to my Of- 
ficers, to the Town Officials, other department heads, and the 
Citizens of Ossipee for their cooperation and assistance this year. 

Respectfully yours, 
JOHN E. FOGARTY 
Chief of Police 



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SELECTMEN'S REVIEW 

I wish to take this opportunity to thank the many people who 
have helped in the administration of the town during my terms of 
office. Each and every one of you, whether as employee or 
volunteer, serves an invaluable function and your efforts have not 
gone unnoticed. A special thank you goes to Maurice Bishop, 
whose business demands forced him to resign from his position as 
selectman. He was both a responsible and responsive leader of the 
town and we wish him every success with his promising invention. 

No one needs reminding that Ossipee is experiencing growing 
pains. Within a very few years state laws have required the town 
to reassess properties, create a tax map, improve water and 
sewer systems, provide for proper solid waste disposal, and in- 
crease welfare support. At the same time Ossipee is in the midst 
of rapid growth, growth which is taking place faster in our town 
than in any other community in Carroll County. The town has 
responded by passing a zoning ordinance, and the Planning Board 
continues to spend long hours developing effective mechanisms to 
protect our vital resources. 

The challenge facing the townspeople is to adjust to the chang- 
ing character of this area to protect Ossipee's resources, and to 
still provide for orderly and healthy growth. Each of us has a 
responsibility to work constructively toward that goal. We owe it 
to our children and grandchildren who will live here in the years to 
come. 

WENDELL S. THOMPSON 
Chairman 

*'If I were to try to read much less answer, all the attacks 
made on me, this shop might as well be closed for any other 
business. I do the very best I know how - the very best I can, and I 
mean to keep doing so until the end. If the end brings me out all 
right, what is said against me won't amount to anything. If the end 
brings me out wrong, 10 angels swearing I was right would make 
no difference." 

Abraham Lincoln 



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A Note From the Other Selectman 

During my first year as selectman, I was pleased to observe 
an increase in public interest and participation in town affairs. 
This must be taken as an encouraging sign which reflects the 
health and continued growth of our community spirit. 

On behalf of the town's people, I would like to express thanks 
to all of the many board members and town officers who have 
given so freely of their time and expertise to help the town 
government to run smoothly and efficiently. 

We thank Fred Loud, our fire warden, who resigned his office 
in 1986 for other committments. We are grateful for Fred's 
vigilance in this responsible position. 

We also thank our dog warden, Elton Copp, who relinquished 
office in 1986. Elton did a fine job in an office which requires an 
inordinate committment of time and energy. 

Special thanks goes to Frank Clougherty and Bob Wade who 
we were sorry to see leave the planning board in 1986. Both Frank 
and Bob served as chairman of the board and made invaluable 
contributions to town planning. 

Lastly, we wish to thank the planning board's ad hoc 
committee on zoning that was so admirably chaired by Leon 
Taylor. 

The spirit of volunteerism is alive and well in Ossipee and, as 
we enter the bicentennial year of our United States Constitution, it 
may be well to recall that the very essence of good town 
government consists in considering all offices as public trusts, 
bestowed for the good of the town, and not for the benefit of an 
individual or a faction. 

Respectfully, 

R. CHRISTOPHER TEMPLETON 

Selectman 



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OSSIPEE RECREATION DEPARTMENT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens 
of the Town of Ossipee 

The Ossipee Recreation Committee under the direction of Curley Nudd is 
pleased to report that the first phase of the recreation field project has been com- 
pleted. With money appropriated at last year's meeting, the area which is located 
off Long Sands Road, has been cleared, stumped and graded. A ballfield area has 
been loamed, raked and limed and is ready for seeding this spring. The group has 
hopes that the town will again recognize the need of this project not only for the 
children, but for the whole town, and support continuation of this project. The 
plans for this year include fencing, backstop, a clay infield, water and a small 
equipment building with rest room facilities. The project has been selected for 
federal Land and Water Conservation Funds subject to town acceptance of addi- 
tional funding. Completion of this much needed facility will be a positive addition 
to our town and its citizens. 

The following is a list of programs for the year 1986: 

Pee Wee Hockey (Coach: Jack Pyne) 

4th-6th Girls Basketball (Coach: Donna Sargent) 

4th-6th Boys Basketball (Coaches: Charlie Pearson - Hearth N'Pine, Dennis 

LeGendre - Johnson Gas Co.) 

Elementary Skating K-6 

Public Skating 

8th Annual Winter Sport Banquet 

Spring Clean-up Campaign 

Little League Baseball 7-8 years (Coaches: Karen Houghton, Mary Widder - 

Mrs. B's T's) 

Minor Little League Baseball (Coaches: Daniel Fischbein - Indian Head Bank; 

Donald Rouse - Skehan Home Center) 

Major Little League Baseball (Coaches: Dennis LeGendre - Sunny Villa; Larry 

Schell and Woody Valle - Ossipee Rental) 

4th-6th Girls Softball (Coach: Donna Sargent - Brooks Sales); Youth Baseball 

(13-16) (Coaches: Woody Vallee, Harry Libby - Hearth N'Pine, DiPrizio GMC 

Truck Inc., Sunny Villa, Indian Mound IGA, Shop 'N Save, Ames Department 

Store, Yield House Whittier) 

A.R.C. Swimming Lessons (Instructor: Beth Parks) 

August Youth Day Camp 

4th-6th Soccer (Coach: Dennis LeGendre) 

Record Hops/Dance 

Carroll County Recreation and Invitational Tournament - (Bowling, Basketball, 

Little League Baseball, Softball, Soccer) 

Open Recreation for Youth 

Adult Recreation (Volley Ball) and Exercise Classes (Instructor: Julie Hall) 

During the past year seven 1st place and three 2nd place trophies were won for 

excellence in basketball, softball, youth baseball, little league baseball, and 

bowling. Congratulations to all team members, coaches and sponsors. 

Nearly 300 boys and girls have participated in programs provided by the 
Recreation Department this year. We are pleased to be able to provide such op- 
portunities for our youth and doubly pleased that so many have taken advantage 
of them. 

We anticipate continued support and interest in our programs and will con- 
tinue to make them available to you. 

Respectfully submitted 
WALLACE NUDD, Jr. 
Director of Recreation 



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REPORT OF THE OSSIPEE PLANNING BOARD 

1986 was a very trying year for your Planning Board. 

Many hours have been spent updating our Subdivision 
Regulations to be comparable with our new Zoning Ordinance. 

44 lots were approved this year and 75 lots are on the table at 
the present time. 

Two of our members regularly attend Lakes Region Planning 
meetings and four members attended the Law Lecture series 
sponsored by Lakes Region Planning Commission. 

A Groundwater Protection Ordinance was formulated in 1986 
with the help of Miss Nancy Jackson of Rural New England, spon- 
sored by Lakes Region Planning. We are presently working on 
data for a Wetlands Protection Ordinance. 

Over the past two years the workload has become so great the 
Planning Board has gone from meeting two nights per month to 
meeting two and three nights per week. 

The Planning Board would like to extend a much needed 
Thank You and Job Well Done to the members of the Ad-Hoc Com- 
mittee on Zoning for their dedicated service to the Town and a job 
well done. 

ROBERT CLARK, Member 
Ossipee Planning Board 



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1986 ANNUAL REPORT 
ZONING BOARD OF ADJUSTMENT 

The following members were officially appointed by the 
Selectmen on Nov. 18, 1986. 

Regular Members: 

George Earnshaw, Chairman 

James Kelly, Vice Chairman 

Kenneth Leavitt, Clerk 

Margaret Castine 

Anita Fahy 
Alternate Members: 

Rosalind Miller 

Susan Day 

Dana Hall 

Several organizational meetings were held in November and 
December. This time was spent formulating our rules of 
procedures, and designing forms to be used for variances, special 
exceptions, notices, etc. 

We held two public hearings in January and allowed one 
variance and one special exception. 

Regular meetings and hearings will be held on the first Tuesday of 
each month, or more often if necessary. 

GEORGE R. EARNSHAW 
Chairman 



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DOG WARDEN REPORT-1986 

Dogs are said to be man's best friend. They give us their love, 
affection, loyalty and sometimes their lives willingly, without 
prejudice, caring not if we are the baker, beggar or thief. You are 
their master, their provider, their companion; with only basic 
needs food, shelter, and attention they can win a place in our 
hearts and home. Rosy; well, maybe; with just under 300 dogs 
licensed in Ossipee you would think identification of a lost dog 
would be rather simple; after all how many dogs are there in 
town? Precisely my question today. For this very day I came in 
contact with six dogs none of which were licensed and since taking 
this position in Oct. I've picked up seven dogs killed on the 
roadways of town none of them had a license, also they were 
running about unrestrained. So please license and restrain your 
dog for their health and happiness and for your sake after all it is 
the law. 

From Oct. 1, 1986 to Dec. 31, 1986 7 dogs were killed on 
roadways. One dog died under possible hunting accident. 24 
nuisance complaints, two requiring court hearings. One dog bite. 
Four dogs kept seven days or longer, all successfully relocated. 
dogs destroyed. 

With Respect, 
DANIEL T. WEEDEN 
Dog Warden 



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COMMUNITY NURSE 

Visiting Nurse Association 

of Wolfeboro and Vicinity, Inc. 

Box 141, Wolfeboro, New Hampshire 03894 

(603)569-2729 

ANNUAL REPORT 

In 1986 the staff of the Visiting Nurse Association of Wolfeboro 
and Vicinity, Inc. made 1392 visits to 125 residents. This 
represents a 4.5 o/o increase in visits over 1985. 83 pre-school 
children received care through our Child Health Program. 35 
school age children were immunized and 50 residents attended our 
Influenza Immunization Clinics. Mrs. Sandra Montgomery, R.N., 
one of our staff nurses, continues to be available Monday and 
Thursday mornings from 8:30 to 9:30 to check blood pressures and 
provide health counseling at the Town Hall. Last year 98 residents 
made 294 visits to her office. She also makes regular visits to the 
Ossipee Concerned Citizens meal site. 

Home Health Services are provided under direct orders of 
each clients physician. We bill insurances for all care provided 
whenever possible. A sliding fee scale is utilized to determine the 
amount each client will be charged if insurance coverage is not 
available. Services are never denied because of a clients inability 
to provide payment. 

Mrs. Dorothy Palmer is the current Ossipee representative 
serving on our Board of Directors. 

We are grateful for the support Ossipee residents have given 
to our Annual Appropriation request and to our Annual Fund 
Drive. Several Ossipee residents have volunteered at our Clinic 
Programs. The co-operative attitude and assistance of other 
Ossipee service organizations has allowed us all to co-ordinate our 
services which has been cost effective for all Programs, these 
savings are of course passed on to you, the taxpayer. We are 
grateful to you all. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
DAVENA R. DeWOLF, R.N. 
Administrator 



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OSSIPEE CONCERNED CITIZENS, INC. 

To the Board of Selectmen and residents of the Town of Ossipee, 
Ossipee Concerned Citizens Inc. submits its annual report for FY 
1986. 

Ossipee Concerned Citizens, Inc. provides a variety of 
services to the community. The following provides an explanation 
of our 1986 expenses of $231,706 broken down into our three 
accounts. 
WIC $84208.00 

The WIC Program carries a caseload of 750 clients residing 
throughout Carroll County. The average cost per month for a 
clientfood package is $27.00. Food package benefits for the County 
in 1986 totaled over $243,000.00 The 150 Ossipee clients received 
food totaling $48,600.00. These figures do not represent the 
additional benefits provided in the form of Medical Screening and 
Nutritional and Social Counseling. 

Meals $106,940.00 

The Meals Program provided over 24,000 home delivered and 
Congregate meals in 1986. Forty-two Ossipee residents received 
15,000 of the home-delivered meals. The cost to the Town of 
Ossipee is .53 per meal. The other three towns receiving these 
services are billed at the rate of $1.00 per meal. Additional 
services provided to elderly residents include: Transportation for 
medical and shopping trips. Referrals, Recreational activities 
and Counseling. 

Agency $40558.00 

The Agency account represents monies for the following: HUD, 
Fundraising, Transportation, Building Maintenance, 4th of July 
Celebration, and the Christmas Food and Toy Project, which is 
sponsored annually in cooperation with the Police Department. 
This year the Christmas Project collected and distributed 45 food 
and toy baskets reaching 166 persons. We also worked with the 
Ossipee Rotary Club in providing names for an additional 15 food 
baskets. 

Community Development 

The feasibility study for development of Center Ossipee Square 
has been completed and a report open meeting held to inform the 



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townspeople of the findings. Any subsequent action is entirely in 
the hands of the voters. 

The rehabilitation project on Dore Street has been progressing 
more slowly than anticipated, but is now nearing completion. 

Funds for Community Development projects are received by the 
Town of Ossipee, and are handled under supervision of the town. 

Much of the success of Ossipee Concerned Citizens depends 
heavily on a capable staff, willing to assist in many extra hours of 
effort when the work load demands it, or fund raising events occur 
outside of business hours. The meal delivery depends on the 
willingness of many volunteers who drive through all sorts of 
weather and log many miles, to see that hot meals reach the 
elderly. And the support of residents is a great encouragement 
and is much appreciated by the board of directors and staff. 

Respectfully submitted, 

EDITH GIMPEL, Chairman of the Board 

DONNA E. SARGENT, Executive 

Director 



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OSSIPEE WATER AND SEWER DEPARTMENT 
Annual Report 1986 

To the Citizens and Board of Selectmen of Ossipee: 

Within this annual report the Department makes special note 
to you with the following statement. The management from time 
to time reappraises the service which is provided. In this process 
we feel it is necessary to keep one of the departments policies 
before you whenever we can. When conditions of unsatisfactory 
service arise you can help us by making us aware of this condition 
or at least that a problem exists. In behalf of becoming aware we 
pledge our best effort in finding and implementing a constructive 
solution. 

1987 has been a year of evaluations and proposals seeking 
direction and solutions that we water supplier and waste water 
department must recognize and respond to. To stay abreast of 
State mandated policies, as well as utility trends, we work daily to 
meet quality as well as quantity standards and at the same time 
attempt to recognize the anticipated growth before us as a 
community utility, which by the way is already taking place. 

Each year we have fewer water services freeze during the 
late winter months. Therefore, it has been and continues to be our 
policy to correct those problem services each spring and summer 
thus eventually eliminating the thought and reality of a frozen 
water service, some have experienced for several winters. 

During the major replacement of some of the Water mains as 
well as new construction of the Wastewater mains and services 
many of us experienced and dealt with inconveniences and some 
hardship for the sake of progress. However, today you will be 
pleased to know that both of these systems are working well. We 
know preventive maintenance is of the greatest importance and 
therefore place it as one of our highest priorities. 

Again as we venture into another year, 1987, we are reminded 
of the support from town employees, citizens, and you the 
customer, your support as well as your concerns are always 
WELCOME! 

Office of the Superintendent 
ROLAND C. STOCKBRIDGE 



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OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 
1986 ANNUAL REPORT 

To the Selectmen and Citizens of Ossipee: 

Another year has quickly passed and once again we ponder 
the rescue squad activities over the past 365 days. 

We note that with the increase in summertime activities as 
well as the increase in summertime residents, our rescue calls are 
proportionately greater than in past years. As a result, our 
volunteer resources are being stretched further and further. 

Volunteers, whether in rescue or any other field, are a very 
special breed of people. In our case, the demands for more ad- 
vanced training, work scheduling and monetary commitment are 
creating quite a burden for our squad members and their families, 
as well as their employers and friends. I salute their caring and 
understanding. 

Looking toward the future, we hope to begin a new era of car- 
diac care in the field with the advent of protocols for use of the 
automatic cardiac defibrillator. This machine, commonly known 
as the ''shock paddles," will allow us to change a deadly heart 
rhythm to a rhythm known as a normal sinus rhythm, in the field, 
where time is the crucial factor for survival. As with any new 
medical technique, much training and recertification is required 
to acquire and maintain the skills associated with the use of the 
defibrillator and hopefully courses will begin this year, targetting 
1988 as the year when we will begin using it. 

As always, I want to extend my sincerest appreciation for the 
selfless dedication of all my fellow squad members and all the 
citizens who have loaned their support to the Ossipee Rescue 
Squad over the years. 

Respectfully Submitted, 
WAYNE K. ALESKA 
Captain, Ossipee Rescue Squad 

REPORT OF ACTIVITIES 
1986 

Medical Emergencies 90 

Motor Vehicle Accidents 54 

Cardiac Emergencies 33 



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All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Accidents 
Fires 

TOTAL 

OSSIPEE RESCUE SQUAD 

Treasurer's Financial Report 
1986 

Cash on hand 1/1/86 



2 

11 

190 



$2,676.36 



Receipts: 

Town Appropriations 

Interest 

Transferred from donations account 

Received from insurance on truck 



$11,000.00 

160.66 

1,000.00 

1903.71 



Total Receipts $14,064.37 

Expenditures: 

Building: 932.36 

Heating oil 666.83 

General Maintenance 0.00 

Electricity 265.53 

Communications: 2,076.08 

Pagers, radios, repairs 

Clothing Allowance 1,495.75 

Gasoline (1986 gasoline bill paid in January 1987) 0.00 

Insurance: 3,026.00 

Workers Compensation 1,234.00 

Business Auto and liability 1,170.00 

Malpractice 622.00 

Medical supplies : 2,589.82 

Oxygen masks, dressings, bandages, etc. 



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Mutual Aid dues 100.00 

Non-medical supplies 156.43 

Oxygen 543.23 

Postage 51.00 

Stationery 9.58 

Telephone 280.01 

Training 382.50 

Vehicle Maintenance 3,109.73 

Service Charges .97 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $14,753.46 

Cash on Hand 12/31/86 $1,987.27 

FINANCIAL STATEMENT 
DONATIONS ACCOUNT 

1986 

Cash on hand 1/1/86 $3,398.03 

Receipts: $2,006.76 

Interest 221.70 

Donations 1,785.06 

Expenditures: 1,197.69 

Kitchen Supplies 36.80 

Banquet 160.89 

Transfer to town account 1 ,000.00 

Cash on hand 12/31/86 $4,207.10 

TOTAL RECEIPTS $2,007.14 

TOTAL EXPENDITURES $1,197.69 

Respectfully Submitted 
JACQUELINE R. WATSON 
Treasurer, Ossipee Rescue Squad 



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REPORT OF TOWN FOREST FIRE WARDEN 
AND STATE FOREST RANGER 

Between July 1985 and June 1986, we experienced fewer fires 
than normal. The two leading causes of forest fires were again 
children and fires kindled without written permission of a Forest 
Fire Warden. Both causes are preventable, but only with your 
help. 

Please help our town and state forest fire officials with forest 
fire prevention. Contact your Forest Fire Warden for more 
information. 

Enforcement of a state timber harvest regulation is the 
responsibility of State Forestry officials. Our state has excellent 
timber harvest regulations; however, your assistance is needed. 

If you know of a logging operation and suspect a state timber 
harvest law may be violated, call your Forest Fire Warden. 

If you own forest land, you became responsible for the timber 
tax payment starting April 1, 1986. This is a change in the Timber 
Tax Law that will impact all forest landowners. Contact your 
Board of Selectmen for timber tax forms. 

FOREST FIRE STATISTICS - 1986 

Number Fires Statewide 840 

Acres Burned Statewide 751 

Cost of Suppression $275,956 
District 

Fires 72 

Acres 126 
Town 

Fires 

Acres 

E. SVEN CARLSON S. FRED LOUD 

Forest Ranger Forest Fire Warden 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
CENTER OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1986 

BALANCE SHEET 
ASSETS 

Cash on Hand $2,584.14 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $5,953.78 



Total Assets $8,537.92 

Grand Total $8,537.92 

LIABILITIES 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) $5,953.78 

Total Liabilities $5,953.78 

Liabilities (Surplus) $2,584.14 



Grand Total $8,537.92 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Not submitted, available for inspection from Precinct Clerk. 





REVENUES 




Current Revenues: 






From Taxes 




$51,480.00 


From Other Sources : 






Lawyers Fund 




1,203.41 


Interest 




50.35 


State of NH(B.P.T.) 




1,351.48 


Reimb. from Town 




57.00 


Total Revenues 


54,142.24 


Fund balance Beginning 


of Year 


1,577.14 


Grand Total 


$55,719.38 



EXPENDITURES 

Current Maintenance Expenses 
Hydrants $4,030.00 



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Street Lights 

Precinct Expenses 

Maint- Water Rights 

Snow Removal 

Maint-Building 
Payments on Notes 
Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 
Interest Paid 
Capital Outlay 

Equipment 

Total Expenditures 

Fund Balance End of year 

Grand Total 



7,984.64 

16,959.65 

83.22 

700.00 

739.63 

7,000.00 

2,780.55 

3,920.00 

8,936.55 



$53,134.24 
2,585.14 

$55,719.38 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1986 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: 

Wolfeboro National Bank *G 

Total Long Term Indebtedness 
Dec. 31, 1986 

*"G" for General Purpose Bonds. 



$42,000.00 
$42,000.00 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 

Dec. 31, 1985 $49,000.00 

New Debt Created During Fiscal Year 

Long Term Notes Issued 00 



Total 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year 

Long Term Notes Paid 

Total 

Outstanding Long Term Debt 
Dec. 31, 1986 



$7,000.00 



$49,000.00 



$7,000.00 
$42,000.00 



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1987 BUDGET OF THE CENTER OSSIPEE 
FIRE PRECINCT 



Appropriations or Expenditures 

Hydrants 
Street Lights 

Maintenance of Water Rights 
Snow Removal 
Maintenance of Building 
Precinct Expenses 
Capital Outlay - Equipment 
Land Purchase 
Principal of Debt 
Interest on Debt 

Total Appropriations or Expenditures 



Source of Revenues and Credits 

Surplus Available to Reduce Precinct Taxes 
Other Revenues and Credits 

B.P.T. 
Amounts Raised by Issue of Bonds or Notes 

Total Revenues Except Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be Raised by Precinct Taxes 
Total Revenues and Precinct Taxes 



Commissioner's 

Budget 

Current Year 

$4,160.00 

9,000.00 

1,000.00 

700.00 

1,000.00 

25,350.00 

15,000.00 

26,000.00 

7,000.00 

3,360.00 



Recommended 
by Budget 
Committee 

$4,160.00 

9,000.00 

1,000.00 

700.00 

1,000.00 

25,350.00 

13,500.00 

26,000.00 

7,000.00 

3,360.00 



$92,570.00 


$91,070.00 


Estimated 

Revenue 

By 

Commissioners 


Estimated 

Revenue 

By Budget 

Committee 


$2,585.14 


$2,585.14 


1,352.00 


1,352.00 
20,000.00 



$3,937.14 



$23,937.14 

67,132.86 

$91,070.00 



Budget Committee: 
BARRY ROLLINS 
RICHARD R. MORGAN 
JOSEPH W. GOSS 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 



ROBERT M. TRAFTON 
DAVID A. HELME 
JAMES CARR 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 



CERTIFICATE 



This is to certify that the information contained in this report 
was taken from official records and is complete and correct to the 
best of my knowledge and belief. 

DOROTHY PALMER 

Treasurer 
Jan. 30, 1987 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 
WEST OSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1986 

BALANCE SHEET 

ASSETS 

Cash on Hand $712.03 

Investments (truck) 30,000.00 

Interest on Deposits 1,466.20 

Due from Trustee of Trust Funds 60,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund (Contra) 68,943.24 

Bond Authorized-unissued 60,000.00 

Total Assets 221,121.47 



GRAND TOTAL $221,121.47 



LIABILITIES 

Fire Truck & Equipment $150,000.00 

Capital Reserve Fund (Contra) 68,943.24 

Total Liabilities 218,943.24 

Liabilities (Surplus) 2,178.23 



GRAND TOTAL $221,121.47 





REVENUES 




Current Revenues From 


Taxes 


$47,752.00 


From Other Sources: 






State of N.H. 




$1,222.64 


Interest - Check-book 




77.82 


Interest-Money Market 


1,466.20 


Insurance - Accident 




2,248.58 


Insurance-Door 




584.60 


Total Revenues 




$53,351.84 


Fund Balance Beginning 


of Year 





GRAND TOTAL 


$53,351.84 



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EXPENDITURES 




Current Maintenance Expenses 




Heat 




$816.37 


Electricity 




1,036.29 


Gasoline 




185.34 


Insurance 




8,210.00 


Telephone 




584.35 


Mutual Aid 




600.00 


Maintenance 






Building 




294.62 


Vehicle 




2,622.38 


Aux. Equipment 




3,069.23 
400.00 


Training 




171.85 


Accident repair 


— 


3,183.18 


Total Expenditures 


$21,173.61 


Fund Balance End of Year 


32.178.23 



GRAND TOTAL $53,351.84 

SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1986 

Total of Long Term Notes Outstanding 

Bonds Outstanding 



Total Bonds Outstanding 

Total Long Term Indebtedness December, 31, 1986 

RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt- 
December 31, 1985 



Outstanding Long Term Debt-December 31, 1986 



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1987 BUDGET OF THE 
WESTOSSIPEE FIRE PRECINCT 



Appropriations or Expenditures 

Heat 

Electricity 

Gas 

Insurance 

Telephone 

Mutual Aid 

Maintenance Building 

Maintenance Vehicles 

Maintence Aux. Equipment 

Plowing and Sanding 

Services 

Training 

Clothing 

Firemen's Reimbursement 

Lighting Nichols Rd. 

Art. 3 Reconstruction of 7E1 

Art. 5 Foam 

Capital Reserve Fund - to be raised by taxation 

Capital Reserve Fund voted from surplus 

Total Appropriations or Expenditures 



Source of Revenues and Credits 

Surplus Voted to Offset Cap. Res. Approp. 
Other Revenues and Credits 
State of N.H. 

Total Revenues Except Precinct Taxes 
Amount to be Raised by Precinct Taxes 



Commissioners' 


Recommended 


Budget 


by Budget 


Current Year 


Committee 


$1,300.00 


$1,300.00 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 


500.00 


500.00 


12,500.00 


12,500.00 


500.00 


500.00 


750.00 


750.00 


500.00 


500.00 


3,200.00 


3,200.00 


2,500.00 


2,500.00 


600.00 


600.00 


400.00 


400.00 


500.00 


500.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


500.00 


500.00 


120.00 


120.00 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 


1,150.00 


1,150.00 


3,500.00 


3,500.00 


2,178.23 


2,178.23 


$47,898.23 


$47,898.23 


Estimated 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


by 


by Budget 


Commissioners 


Committee 


$2,178.23 


$2,178.23 


1,200.00 


1,200.00 



$3,378.23 



Total Revenues and Precinct Taxes 



Date Feb. 12, 1987 
Budget Committee: 
BARRY ROLLINS 
RICHARD MORGAN 
JOSEPH W. GOSS 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 
ROBERT M. TRAFTON 
DAVID A. HELME 
JAMES CARR 
WENDELL S. THOMPSON 



$3,378.23 
44,520.00 

$47,898.23 



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FINANCIAL REPORT OF THE 

OSSIPEE CORNER LIGHT AND POWER 

PRECINCT 

For the Fiscal Year Ended December 31, 1986 

ASSESTS 

Cash on Hand $12,016.56 

Capital Reserve Fund (contra) 24,664.77 



Total Assets $36,681.33 

Grand Total $36,681.33 

LIABILITIES 

Bills Owed by Precinct 

Utilities & Gasoline $170.46 

Capital Reserve Fund (Contra) 24,664.77 



Total Liabilities $24,835.23 

Liabilities (Surplus) 11,846.10 



Grand Total $36,681.33 

SCHEDULE OF PRECINCT PROPERTY 

Land and Building 

(Fire House & Land) $44,500.00 

Furniture & Apparatus 

Trucks & Tanks 98,000.00 

Fire Fighting Equipment 38,000.00 



Grand Total 


REVENUES 


$180,500.00 


Current Revenues: 






From Taxes 




$53,848.47 


Revenue Sharing 




496.01 


From Other Sources: 






Interest on Deposits 




$25.57 


Total Revenues 




$54,370.05 


Fund Balance Beginning 


of Year 


$7,295.72 



86 



EXPENDITURES 

Current Maintenance Expenses: 



Electricity-Fire Station 


$635.41 


Street Lights 


3,063.90 


Telephone 


375.71 


Maintenance-Fire Station 


1,892.18 


Maintenance-Fire Trucks 


1,140.96 


Maintenance-Fire Equipment 


168.30 


Maintenance-Communication Eq. 


1,009.95 


Firemen's Expenses 


1,455.43 


Fuel Oil-Fire Station 


1,140.70 


Insurance 


4,180.00 


Clerk-Treasurer Expenses 


721.27 


Road Sign Maintenance 


-0- 


Fire Truck Gas/Oil 


362.89 


Mutual Aid Dues 


600.00 


Firemen's Reimbursement 


4,250.00 


Fire Chief's Expenses 


500.00 


Payments on Notes 


9,200.00 


Payments to Capital Reserve Fund 


12,295.72 


Interest Paid 


1,387.71 


Capital Outlay 


5,269.08 


Total Expenditures 


$49,649.21 


Fund Balance End of Year 


$12,016.56 



SCHEDULE OF LONG TERM 
INDEBTEDNESS 

As of December 31, 1986 
Long Term Notes Outstanding: 
Wolfeboro National Bank 

(Fire Truck) $4,200.00 

Indian Head Bank 

(Bldg.) 5,000.00 



Total Long Term Notes Outstanding $9,200.00 



Total Long Term Indebtedness- 
December 31, 1986 $9,200.00 



87 



RECONCILIATION OF OUTSTANDING 
LONG TERM INDEBTEDNESS 

Outstanding Long Term Debt- 
December 31, 1985 $18,400.00 



Total $18,400.00 

Debt Retirement During Fiscal Year 

Long Term Notes Paid $9,200.00 



Total $9,200.00 



Outstanding Long Term Debt- 
December 31, 1986 $9,200.00 

CERTIFICATE 

This is to certify that the information contained in this report 
was taken from official records and is complete and correct to the 
best of my knowledge and belief. 

JACKIE BRACKETT 
Treasurer 
Date: February 11, 1987 



88 



1987 BUDGET OF THE OSSIPEE CORNER 
LIGHT & POWER PRECINCT 



Appropriations or Expenditures 

Insurance 

Electricity 

Fuel Oil - Station 

Teleplione 

Maintenance - Fire Station 

Clerk - Treasurer Expense 

Street Lights 

Road Sign Maintenance 

Fire Truck Gas & Oil 

Mutual Aid Dues 

Firemen's Reimbursement 

Fire Chief's Expenses 

Firemen's Expenses 

Maintenance - Fire Trucks 

Maintenance - Fire Equipment 

Maintenance - Communications 

Capital Outlay - Equipment 

Reconstruction of El 

Principal of Debt 

Interest on Debt 

Total Appropriations or Expenditures 



Source of Revenues and Credits 

Surplus Available to Reduce 

Precinct Taxes 
Revenue Sharing Block Grant 
1986 Surplus for Reconstruction of Engine 1 
Withdrawals from Capital Reserve Funds 

Total Revenues Except Precinct Taxes 

Amount to be Raised by Precinct Taxes 

Total Revenues and Precinct Taxes 



Commissioner's 


Recommended 


Budget 


By Budget 


Current Year 


Committee 


$8,000.00 


$8,000.00 


700.00 


700.00 


1,400.00 


1,400.00 


400.00 


400.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


800.00 


800.00 


3,000.00 


3,000.00 


50.00 


50.00 


800.00 


800.00 


750.00 


750.00 


4,250.00 


4,250.00 


750.00 


750.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


2,000.00 


2,000.00 


1,500.00 


1,500.00 


1,000.00 


1,000.00 


4,000.00 


4,000.00 


40,000.00 


40,000.00 


9,200.00 


9,200.00 


884.00 


884.00 


$82,484.00 


$82,484.00 


Estimated 


Estimated 


Revenue 


Revenue 


By 


By Budget 


Commissioners 


Committee 


$1,846.10 


$1,846.10 


496.01 


496.01 


10,000.00 


10,000.00 


15,000.00 


15,000.00 



$27,342.11 



$27,342.11 
55,141.89 

$82,484.00 



Date Feb. 12, 1987 
Budget Committee: 
BARRY ROLLINS 
RICHARD R. MORGAN 
JOSEPH W. GOSS 
RALPH C. ELDRIDGE 



ROBERT M. TRAFTON 
DAVID A. HELME 
JAMES CARR 
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